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Too much snow to ride

Well, unlike last winter, this winter is proving to be quite snowy.  This has prevented me from doing much riding during the month of January.  However, I’m hoping that February will be different.  Today we had a lot of snow.  But, the forecast for the next few weeks is for multiple sunny days and temperatures rising into the 40’s.  With any luck, I may even be able to ride the trails in a few weeks.  We’ll see.

Some of the reasons I enjoy cycling

I feel much less stressed after a ride. I enjoy watching the photos on my blog. I enjoy being out in nature. It keeps my waistline at a reasonable level, even though I need to lose more weight. I enjoy the feeling of accomplishment I get after completing a difficult ride, a feeling that I never get at my current, dead end job. I enjoy experiencing the change of seasons while biking. The summer sunsets, the autumn leaves and chilling air, the sting of []

Nice ride to Tibble Reservoir

I went on a great ride yesterday up to Tibble Reservoir, in American Fork Canyon. The route is down Suncrest road, east on Highland, up the Canyon past Timpanogos Cave, and then to Tibble Reservoir and then back along the same route. Its really cold right now, but, as long as I bundle up, the weather isn’t really a problem. The route back up Suncrest road to my house just never gets easy. I was really huffing and puffing on the last []

So dark

This morning, it was so dark on the way in to work….just pitch black.  As I was riding down the hill, I passed two guys coming up.  One of them asked me, in jest, “how are you crazy enough to be coming down the mountain at this hour?”  He must have thought I had started my ride around 5 am or earlier to be coming down the mountain.  I told him that I was actually on my way to work.  Maybe he []

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